A representative is elected to a two-year term. If he is re-elected, he can serve indefinitely. There is no limit to the number of two-year terms a representatives can serve.
I think about four years in office.
A US president may serve up to two terms of four years each, for a total maximum of 8 years in office.
president for 1945-1953
He served from 1829-1837. 8 years
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He served for seven years and about 6 months.
Eight very long years
Presidents can serve a 4 year term and a second term of another 4 years for a total of 8 years.
The Secretary of State serves as long as the President in office wants him or her to serve.
how many terms of office can a congressman serve
Term of Office: August 9, 1974 - January 20, 1977
Dwight Eisenhower served 2 terms while in office.
6years per term as many terms as they want
10 years - 1 day
Clinton served for 8 years -- two full terms.